Master of Fine Arts in Sculpture

Master of Fine Arts in Sculpture

MFA in Scupture ·

Master of Fine Arts (MFA) in Sculpture is a course created by Tribhuvan University under the Central Department of Fine Arts. The duration of the full time course consists 64 credits for post graduation degree in Master of Fine Art in Sculpture. The program is of two academic years consisting four semesters. 

The Master of Fine Art course (creative composition, monumental sculpture, portraiture) aims to promote creative growth, innovative technical and conceptual development of student who wishes to prepare himself/herself professionally in the respective field of Fine Arts. MFA program is grounded in tradition of material exploration where students also engage with historical and contemporary research on critical discourse on arts.

Eligibility

Admission to the Master of Fine Arts Sculpture will be opened to those who have passed the BFA sculpture of Tribhuvan University or an equivalent degree from any university or equally recognized Fine Arts institution.

Admission Criteria

Candidate who fulfills the required qualification will have to submit their application along with true copies of certificates- duly attested by a concerned authority.

The following will be considered during the process of admission:

  • Bachelor of Fine Art Degree or equivalent examination
  • Mark sheets and related document
  • Entrance Practical examination (Practical exam consists of 60 marks and will be held in which student have to complete one sculpture within 3 hours, clay will be provided by the department)
  • Entrance Theoretical examination (Written exam consists of 40 marks; 20 objective questions will be given to the students which they will have to finish within 40 minutes. Two marks will be for one question)

Selection will be finalized on the basis of merit order

A committee consisting of teachers from the department will conduct the admission. The decision of the committee will be final. Head of the Department will make the selection committee consisting of 3 teachers of the Department.

Initially, the admission shall be provisional and shall be final only after the payment of the prescribed fees.

Curricular Structure

First Semester Courses

Paper

Code

Title of the Course

Nature of the Course

Credit

Teaching Hours

I

Sculpt.551

History and Philosophy of Art

Core Theory Course

3

48

II

Sculp.552

  1. Creative composition or
  2. Monumental Sculpture or
  3. Portraiture

Core Major Sculpture Practical

8

128

III

Sculp.553

Drawing

Core Practical

3

48

IV

Sculp.554

Multi-media

Core Elective Course

2

32

Second Semester Courses

Paper

Code

Title of the Course

Nature of the Course

Credit

Teaching Hours

I

Sculpt.555

History and Philosophy of Art

Core Theory Course

3

48

II

Sculp.556

  1. Creative composition or
  2. Monumental Sculpture or
  3. Portraiture

Core Major Sculpture Practical

8

128

III

Sculp.557

Drawing

Core Practical

3

48

IV

Sculp.558

Multi-media

Core Elective Course

2

32